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    • James Starr Clark

    • Portrait photography--United States
    • Pictured here as a young man, James Starr Clark came to Annandale in the 1850's as a tutor to the Bard children. He lived with the family for two years, during which time he developed a close, trusting relationship with the family. Hard working...
    • Hotel Morey

    • Hotels
    • Caption attached to photo reads: "The Madalin House was built in 1839, burned in 1909, and was rebuilt as the Morey Hotel. The small building next on the left housed a shoe repair and Moore's barbershop. In the 1970s Larry Broadmoore Esq. had a...
    • Map of the Town of Red Hook, 1815

    • Red Hook (N.Y. : Town)--Maps
    • Reproduction of a map originally dated December 8, 1815 of the town of Red Hook, including what is now Tivoli and Annandale. The map's creator, John Cox Junior was Rhinebeck's town supervisor from 1808-1818. The map's inscription indicates that...
    • Dr. Eberstadt (Ferdinand) - Convention

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College
    • President Edward Fuller, left, looks up at the speaker, Ferdinand Eberstadt at a foreign policy convention held at Bard. Dr. Eberstadt's lecture concerned what came to be known as the 'Eberstadt Report,' identifying a lack of coordination between...
    • Map of the Village of East Chester

    • Maps; Measured drawings;
    • Map of the Village of East Chester. Filed Oct 11, 1841. After the Erie Railroad came throught this section was know as "Chester at the Depot" for a time. Now known as Downtown Chester. Most of the depot grounds became G.M. Roe Lumber & Coal yard...
    • Erie RR Station Agent's Office

    • Group portraits;photographs;Railroad stations
    • This is the only known photograph of the 1915 Chester Erie Station agent’s office taken while the station was in operation. It was taken in October, 1922 for use in the Erie Magazine. L-r: Robert Marvin, Station Master & John I. Edwards. Items...
    • Firth Mill, Firthcliffe, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Mills; Buildings; Industry; Factories
    • Firth Carpet Mill was founded by Thomas F. Firth who came to Cornwall from Scotland. The mill employed 500 people at one time. Firth carpets were sold all over the world. It was in operation from 1886 to 1962.
    • Eleanor Seaman Oral History Interview [Audio]

    • Dairy farming; Farms; Families; Friends' meeting houses
    • The Seaman family came to America in 1784 and moved to Mountainville in 1800. The Houghton Farm which was an early experimental farm was part of the Seaman farm on Route 32. Their "Sweet Clover Farm" hosted Quaker meetings for many years. Mrs....
    • Elizabeth Shaw Oral History Interview [Audio]

    • Nursing homes; Nurses; Farming; Orchards;
    • Mrs. Elizabeth Shaw, who had a nursing degree from the Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, operated a nursing home in Mountainville on Taylor Road. The nursing home was on the land that at one time had been Mrs. Shaw's grandparents' farm. The farm had...
    • Gustafson Sisters Oral History Interview [Audio]

    • Families; Recreation; Clubs; Clubhouses; Teaching
    • Ethel and Thelma Gustafson's father came from Sweden to work for Mead and Taft. They first lived at the Cornwall Landing settlement and later lived on North Street in Cornwall. They talked a lot about school days and fun activities. They were most...
    • Louise Harrison oral history interview [Audio]

    • Families; Agriculture; Teaching; People; Farm produce
    • Mrs. Harrison's family came from Scotland. Her father was Henry Hunter. Her grandfather had over 100 Cheerry trees. The cherries were shippped to New York City by boat. Mrs. Harrison named all the people who owned buildings on Hudson Street...
    • Bob Gaus oral history interview

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    • Bob is the former owner of Simpson-Gaus Funeral Home. He and his parents came from Long Island in 1982 and purchased the Frank Simpson Funeral Home, at first having no idea where Kingston or the Hudson River was. Bob interacted throughout with...
    • Edwin Ford oral history interview

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    • City of Kingston Historian. Born in 1918. Ed also owned Ford Printing business for forty years and had some dealings with IBM. He said IBM contacted him when they first came to Kingston with a request that he “hold his press in the morning” until...

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